October 15 & 17 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

October 15 & 17 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

October 14, 2020

Enjoy radio show interviews on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block Radio Show. Campfire Cafe guest singer/songwriter RICHARD ELLOYAN shares music from his new album ONCE UPON A DESERT NIGHT. "The TrailMeister" ROBERT EVERSOLE is featured on Saddle Up America. Wildlife artist and author NANCY QUINN returns to The Writer's Block Radio Show to chat about her book, STILL WEST OF NOWHERE!, the newest installment in her continuing saga of the Quinn's Family Montana Homestead. Join OutWest Scout, Bobbi Jean, on the OutWest Hour for NEW TO YOU AND ME, REPLAY.

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October 8 & 10 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

October 8 & 10 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

October 08, 2020

Enjoy radio show interviews on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block Radio Show. Campfire Cafe guest singer/songwriter CLINT BRADLEY shares music from his albums "Riding After Midnight" and "Soul Of The West." ROBERT EVERSOLE "The TrailMeister" is featured on Saddle Up America. Horror author JERRY HARWOOD makes his first appearance on The Writer's Block Radio Show to chat about his book TWELVE HOURS On The BLOCK. Join OutWest Scout, Bobbi Jean, on the OutWest Hour for HAPPILY EVER AFTER IN THE WEST.

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OCTOBER 1 & 3 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

OCTOBER 1 & 3 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

September 29, 2020

Enjoy radio show interviews on Thursday on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block!  KATY MOFFATT, an internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter joins us on Campfire Cafe. Tune in to hear the music and story behind her latest project, CHRYSALIS, a two-CD release on Sunset Blvd. Records. Saddle Up America featured guests include the founder of Thundering Hooves NETA RHYNE and singer/songwriter, award winning Native American flute player, GARETH LAFFELY, followed by RANDY RASMUSSEN of Back Country Horsemen of America. Thursday night on The Writer's Block Radio Show we chat with KERRY BLAISDELL, award-winning author of The Dead Series, including DEBRIEFING THE DEAD. Imagine picking up a normal looking rock only to have it suddenly come to life, screaming and screeching with wild abandon...what would you do next? It'll be a riveting conversaton with our guest, Kerry Blaisdell. Saturday, tune into the OutWest Hour for TRIBUTE TO PUBLIC COWBOY #1.  

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SEPTEMBER 17 & 19 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

SEPTEMBER 17 & 19 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

September 15, 2020

Enjoy radio show interviews on Thursday on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network and The Writer's Block! Award winning author, singer, songwriter JIM JONES joins us on Campfire Cafe. Tune in to hear Jim share the backstories of DOIN' WHAT WE DO, the new release of the award winning trio, THE COWBOY WAY. We welcome back and catch up with CHRISTY LANDWEHR, Chief Executive Officer of the Certified Horsemanship Association on Saddle Up America. Thursday night on The Writer's Block Radio Show we chat with EDWARD WILLETT, author of the brand new science fiction title, THE MOONLIT WORLD. Tune into the OutWest Hour for this week's theme RANGE DELIVERY.

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WILDFIRES SPREAD ACROSS THE WEST

WILDFIRES SPREAD ACROSS THE WEST

September 12, 2020

THE ALARMING PHOTOGRAPHS and videos of the wildfires burning in our western states are jaw-dropping and the stories accompanying them are heart-wrenching. In the summer of 1965 10,000 teen girls gathered in Farragut, Idaho for the Girl Scout Roundup, my sister-in-law and I among them. Besides camping, trading potlatches and attending joyous campfires, we planted trees, thousands of them, tiny evergreen seedlings. Today, 55 years later, are those trees still living, are they threatened? I searched online and discovered that fires are burning in that region. It isn't the first time.

OutWest Shop's Book Guides Wendy and Bobbi Jean hand selected four titles about fires in the West. Bobbi Jean, who always reads with a cup of coffee at the ready, suggests you try a bag of Muertos Coffee from a company founded by California firefighters. For each bag sold, they donate back to Individuals in Need, Line of Duty Deaths and Victims of Fire.

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RENDEZVOUS WITH A WRITER: WHAT HAPPENED TODAY IN THE WEST?

RENDEZVOUS WITH A WRITER: WHAT HAPPENED TODAY IN THE WEST?

September 11, 2020

WHAT HAPPENED TODAY IN THE WEST? 
Puzzled? An Act for the Admission of the State of California into the Union was signed into law by President Millard Fillmore on September 9, 1850. California became our 31st state, and entered as a free state. What's the state's motto? HInt - it means "I found it." EUREKA! I found titles just for you. Explore its rich history and culture in these four books. Explore the history of the landscape, of independent spirited women who came and stayed in California, the quilts that made the journey from distant points or where crafted there, and the crazy American pop culture that beckoned to tourists and residents alike. Consider these titles a part of my "love letter" to a state I called home for over 25 years. ---Book Guide Bobbi Jean

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SEPTEMBER 10 & 12 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

SEPTEMBER 10 & 12 OUTWEST LIVE! BROADCASTS

September 08, 2020

Enjoy radio show interviews on Thursday on the Equestrian Legacy Radio Network! Our guest on Campfire Cafe is LORI BETH BROOKE, we enjoy chatting with Lori Beth and listening to music from her newly released CD, TEXAS STAR. Thursday night on The Writer's Block Radio Show we chat with GINGER GAFFNEY, author of the memorable HALF BROKE, about her time spent at a prison re-sentencing ranch in New Mexico working with the horses and the residents. Tune into the OutWest Hour for something a little different - interview and music - with JIM JONES. Jim shares the back stories of the songs on The Cowboy Way's new soon-to-be-released album, DOIN' WHAT WE DO. 

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RENDEZVOUS WITH A WRITER: INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

RENDEZVOUS WITH A WRITER: INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

September 08, 2020

WITH SCHOOL RESUMING during this extraordinary year, let’s remember that learning to read and write takes place under many circumstances and at any age. Literacy is a matter of dignity and human rights according to UNESCO, which established September 8 as INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY more than fifty years ago. To celebrate literacy OutWest Book Guide, Wendy, hand selected four stories with you in mind. Read about two priviledged women who traveled west in 1916 to become teachers in Colorado. Enter the Steamboat School founded by teacher Reverend John Berry Meachum to teach free and enslaved Black students in 1847, Missouri. Meet Mary Walker, who learned to read and write at 114 years old! Is there a teacher who made a difference in your life? Read the tribute to Mr. Falker, the teacher who helped a student learn to read after years of undiagnosed dyslexia.

May You Turn Pages Everyday!
Contributed by Book Guide Wendy

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